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Title Managing requirements knowledge / Walid Maalej, Anil Kumar Thurimella, editors.
Imprint Heidelberg : Springer, [2013]

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Subject Requirements engineering.
Knowledge management.
Software engineering.
Knowledge Management.
Alt Name Maalej, Walid,
Thurimella, Anil Kumar,
Description 1 online resource (xv, 398 pages) : illustrations (some color)
polychrome rdacc
Contents Identifying Requirements Knowledge. Unpacking Tacit Knowledge for Requirements Engineering / V. Gervasi [and others] -- Mining Requirements Knowledge from Operational Experience / R. Lutz [and others] -- DUFICE: Guidelines for a Lightweight Management of Requirements Knowledge / W. Maalej, A.K. Thurimella -- Representing Requirements Knowledge for Reuse. Constructing and Using Software Requirement Patterns / X. Franch [and others] -- Using Ontologies and Machine Learning for Hazard Identification and Safety Analysis / O. Daramola [and others] -- Knowledge-Assisted Ontology-Based Requirements Evolution / S. Ghaisas, N. Ajmeri -- Sharing Requirements Knowledge. Reusing Requirements in Global Software Engineering / Juan Manuel Carrillo de Gea, Joaquin Nicolas, Jose Luis Fernandez Aleman -- Performative and Lexical Knowledge Sharing in Agile Requirements / S.E. Sim, R.E. Gallardo-Valencia -- Using Web 2.0 for Stakeholder Analysis: StakeSource and Its Application in Ten Industrial Projects / S.L. Lim [and others] -- Reasoning About Requirements. Resolving Inconsistency and Incompleteness Issues in Software Requirements / R. Sharma, K.K. Biswas -- Automated Verification of Variability Model Using First-Order Logic / A.O. Elfaki -- Model-Based Requirements Engineering Framework for Systems Life-Cycle Support / A. Soffer, D. Dori -- Intelligent Tool Support. An Overview of Recommender Systems in Requirements Engineering / A. Felfernig [and others] -- Experience-Based Requirements Engineering Tools / E. Knauss, S. Meyer -- The Eclipse Requirements Modeling Framework / M. Jastram -- Managing Requirements Knowledge: Conclusion and Outlook / A.K. Thurimella, W. Maalej -- An Introduction to Requirements Knowledge / W. Maalej, A.K. Thurimella.
Note Includes index.
Summary Requirements engineering is one of the most complex and at the same time most crucial aspects of software engineering. It typically involves different stakeholders with different backgrounds. Constant changes in both the problem and theA solution domain make the work of the stakeholders extremely dynamic. New problems are discovered, additional information is needed, alternative solutions are proposed, several options are evaluated, and new hands-on experience is gained onA a daily basis. The knowledge needed to define and implement requirements is immense, often interdisciplinary and constant.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783642344190 (electronic bk.)
3642344194 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-642-34419-0
OCLC # 847839406
Additional Format Print version: Managing requirements knowledge. Heidelberg : Springer, [2013] 9783642344183 (DLC) 2013940938 (OCoLC)823044059

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